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Alan, Why No Signs Of God?

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Posted by Alexander on January 15, 2002 07:19:16 UTC

Why all goes as if there is no need in God(s). Well, 'cause math (=logic) indeed shows that assuming basic symmetries, INDEED all will then go without need of any god(s) or santa(s)?

Q: Why to assume murky god(s), if there is NO NEED in them - if everything goes itself (as experimentally and theoretically verified).

A: Because far not everyboidy understands how natural laws are derived from basic symmetries.

Resume: rize the awareness of fundamentals of nature (=physics).

Objection: That is hard! To understand fundamentals of nature (symmetries, least action, inverse square,QM, QED, etc.) requires to learn algebra, then regular calculus, then calculus of variations,then partial differential equations, then tensor differential analysis,and some other Language Removed like that. Far not anyone can do it!

Hmmm...Indeed, not just anyone. Well, then leave god(s) and santa(s) for anyone who can't or don't want to learn how nature works. Frankly, there is not much options here.

But regardless what someone understands about nature, it (nature) works mathematically - as the solutions of governing equations prescribe. Simply no need in human beings, aliens or other supreme (or not so supreme) beings or creatures.

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